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Band in Seattle: Season 3 Concert 5B

Chimurenga Renaissance

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:43:17

Chimurenga means “revolutionary struggle” in the Shona language of Zimbabwe, and knowing that, the music of Chimurenga Renaissance resonates even more. This duo blends their native Zimbabwean culture with mainstream American hip-hop for a combination that is truly inspiring.

Chimurenga Renaissance Available In:

Hip Hop, Indie, Foreign

Genres You May Like:

Hip Hop, Pop, Electronic, Indie, Foreign, Folk, Soul, R&B, Alternative, Rock

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